illogically illogically

Definition(s):

  • (adv) in an illogical manner

Usage(s):

  1. Overseas shipping charges, rather than being determined by weight, are illogically set at 40% of the toy's price.
  2. Italian-American organizations argued, somewhat illogically, that by designating the house, the Government would be honoring Capone, thus defaming their ethnic group.

News

  • Review: Lend Me a Tenor at Beef & Boards

    Sterling ensemble acting gallops this timeless lark to its illogically logical win-by-a-nose conclusion. by Rita Kohn Sterling ensemble acting gallops this timeless lark to its illogically logical win-by-a-nose conclusion. Ken Ludwig's script is perfectly developed as a murder mystery with the added zest of zinging one-liners and characters that grow - most times on each other's nerves - to ...
    on January 11, 2014     Source: Nuvo

Quotes

  1. "The battle over global warming has raged for more than a decade, with experts still stunned by the willingness of their political opponents to distort scientific conclusions," Mooney wrote. "They conclude, not illogically, that they're...
    on Jun 29, 2010 By: Chris Mooney Source: MinnPost.com

  2. "I welcome the defense minister decision," said Ariel. "This fence was planned illogically."
    on Jan 9, 2007 By: Uri Ariel Source: Jerusalem Post

  3. "There is this weird never-neverland, where the ACLU is insisting on an illogically broad reading," says Viet Dinh, former assistant attorney general and professor at the Georgetown University Law Center, who helped write much of the Patriot...
    on Mar 8, 2004 By: Viet Dinh Source: Boston Globe (registration)

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